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Even though we are still working on off-site education, Mrs. Phelps’ National Honor Society has incorporated some bright spots into our communities by working on some community service projects from their homes.

The students in National Honor Society are Jenna Paul, Trinity Rieger, Ashley Sander, Dacy Buerkle and prospective candidate Chloe Tudor. On April 2, each student wore blue to recognize National Autism Awareness Day. The NHS also took the opportunity on Earth Day to clean up trash around their area while keeping their social distancing. Since our students have been home for a spell, the National Honor Society members decided to write “We miss you” cards to the K-4th Graders, just to let them know that they are not alone and are missed. Thank you NHS for creating some bright spots in our lives and community.

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